Õhtuleht

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Õhtuleht
Õhtuleht logo.svg
Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s) Schibsted and Ekspress Grupp
Language Estonian
Headquarters Estonia
Official website www.ohtuleht.ee

Õhtuleht is the second largest daily newspaper in Estonia, with approximately 242,000 readers. Õhtuleht is a tabloid newspaper. The newspaper is published in the Estonian language.

On 3 July 2000 two rival tabloid papers in Estonia, Õhtuleht (Evening Paper) and Sõnumileht (The Messenger), merged, becoming SL Õhtuleht. Since 6 October 2008 the name was shortened back to Õhtuleht.

It is owned by Eesti Meedia which also owns Postimees and which in turn is owned by Schibsted, a Norwegian Media Group, and by Ekspress Grupp.

Õhtuleht is available online at Ohtuleht.ee. Initially, at first the online version was just a copy of the paper, but now is turning into an online news stream and an entertainment centre with approx. 150,000 users.

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